The American Nurse had great openings and attendance in Washington DC, New York City, Digiplex Theaters, as well as numerous locally sponsored screenings across the country. To see if the film is screening near you, please click HERE. If you are interested in hosting your own screening, please click HERE
If you are looking to bring the film into your home, The American Nurse is also available on Download and Rental, and you can pre-order the DVD HERE:
“The American Nurse” opens today in Washington D.C., with a special premiere hosted by the American Nurse Foundation. The film will have its New York opening tomorrow, May 8th, at Chelsea Bowtie Cinemas, and will continue its theatrical run at several New York theaters (Cinema Village, and the Quad Cinema), as well as several Digiplex locations across the United States.
For theaters and showtimes, please visit Diginext Films.
“The American Nurse”, which opens during Nurse’s Week, follows the lives of nurses across the country helping people and saving lives from all different walks of life. Journalist and director Carolyn Jones explores some of the biggest issues facing America – aging, war, poverty, prisons – through the work and lives of five nurses. It is a documentary that will change how we think about nurses and how we wrestle with the challenges of healing America. Make sure to catch “The American Nurse” in a theater near you!
Diginext is proud to announce the upcoming screenings of our new documentaries “Thank You For Judging,” (screening April 18th-24th–for theaters and showtimes click HERE), and “The American Nurse,” (screening May 8th-15th–for theaters and showtimes click HERE), as well as a return special engagement of our film Kinderblock 66: Return to Buchenwald to commemorate Yom Hashoah, which is known as Holocaust Remembrance Day. (April 27th and April 30th–for theaters and showtimes click HERE).
We also had an extremely successful New York run of the film “The Standbys,” at the Quad Theater. The week long run was filled with interesting Q & A’s with filmmakers and film subjects, and thanks to a great interview with Leonard Lopate, (http://www.wnyc.org/story/standbys-documentary-about-broadway-understudies/) the film has reached broader audiences worldwide. (To download/stream/purchase the DVD click HERE)
Be sure to check back soon for more updates on these and future screenings…